Ernie Brown, Co-Anchoring America’s Radio News Network Live 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. EST Weekday News Blocks
ARNN now providing three, 3-hour news blocks – 9 hours back to back radio news – combined with TRN-E’s America’s Morning News – to make a total of 12 hours of all-news coverage available to stations nationwide.
Washington D.C. – America’s Radio News Network (ARNN) announces that Ernie Brown is co-anchoring ARNN’s long-form news blocks from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. EST, Monday through Friday. ARNN provides 9 hours of back-to-back non-partisan, fast paced, co-anchored, live radio news programming to affiliates nationwide.
ARNN’s new co-anchor, Ernie Brown says, “America's Radio News Network - finally, radio news reporting, delivered without a left or right slant – with just the facts guiding the story. I am happy to be reporting to you live from Washington D.C. and co-anchoring on ARNN.” He continues by saying, “It’s a complicated world in which we're living, and it seems everyday things get even more complex. It's great to be part of ARNN and I'll strive to provide more in depth news coverage to help everyone understand the issues and how they may affect us all."
ARNN’s new co-anchor, Ernie Brown is a true veteran broadcaster with over 32 years experience in radio broadcasting in many major markets in the U.S. including: Seattle, Houston, Dallas, Austin, Cleveland, and Las Vegas. Before joining ARNN, Brown spent 7 years as a morning talk host and newscaster on Newsradio 1080 KRLD radio in Dallas/Ft. Worth. He also was the host of America at Night, a nationally syndicated, late-night talk program, and spent 5 years as morning and afternoon host at KOMO News/Talk 1000 in Seattle.
Brown began as a newscaster and anchor in Texas, on a nightly news radio show which aired statewide. He continued in news radio with KOMO, Seattle, where he anchored both a morning and an afternoon news radio program.
John McCaslin, ARNN’s Executive Vice President, News and Programming, says, “Ernie Brown and I began our broadcast careers at just about the same time – although to his credit – He's sat behind more microphones, in more major markets, than the majority of broadcasters on-air today. Ernie's wealth of experience as a news anchor is evident in his daily ARNN broadcasts. You can cite virtually any topic, and Ernie can – and will – expand like nobody else.”
Mark Masters, CEO of ARNN, and its representative, Talk Radio Network Syndications Ltd. says, “Brown’s experience anchoring national syndicated news radio is exactly what ARNN was looking for in a co-anchor.” Masters continues by saying, “Stations tell us they love ARNN’s long-form all-news blocks so much they are asking for more to be offered – and sooner rather than later. We have been stunned by the high demand!"
America’s Morning News (AMN), airing from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. EST Monday through Friday is another 3-hour long-form all-news program option, presented by The Washington Times (TWT) and Talk Radio Network Entertainment (TRN-E). ARNN’s programming blocks combined with AMN makes a full 12 hours of back to back, weekday long-form news programming available to affiliates across the nation. AMN now airs on over 120 affiliates, with 15 of those in the top 30 markets, including: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas, Boston, Washington D.C. and Seattle.
ARNN is planning to launch an additional 3-hour news block before year’s end. That news block, combined with ARNN’s news blocks already airing, and TRN-E’s and TWT’s AMN, will then provide 15 hours of back to back syndicated long-form co-anchored news to affiliates across the nation, many of which may be considering ARNN’s turnkey all-news syndicated programming solution.
America’s Radio News Network is exclusively represented by TRN Syndications, Ltd. Reserve your market now by calling or listen to ARNN’s live all-news blocks online here http://AmericasRadioNewsNetwork.com.